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How to blur glass with vinyl film
- Clean the glass with a glass cleaner.
- Cut the film to the size you desire. I start with the film slightly oversized, then trim it as needed. I think it’s less likely to come loose if it’s slightly smaller than the edges of the glass.
- Mist all over the entire surface of the glass.
- Remove the protective film on the front of the film
- Lay the smooth side against the glass and move to fit.
- Press down to remove all the air bubbles.
- Use a rubber squeegee or a plastic credit card to smooth out any bubbles or ridges. Take care to not gouge the vinyl or pull it strongly, as it may stretch and not lay flat anymore.
- Lay flat to dry!
- If a bubble persists or an area did not adhere well, remove, spray again with water and reapply.